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Week 7 NFL Injury Report: Washington Redskins

A Week 7 Injury Report update for the game between the Washington Redskins and the Carolina Panthers.

The Washington Redskins enter their Week 7 game at Carolina far from full strength as the injuries have mounted against them. So far the Redskins injury report for Week 7 lists three players as out, three players as questionable and three players as probable.

The three players confirmed out for the game are CB Byron Westbrook (hamstring), T Trent Williams (ankle) and TE Chris Cooley (finger). The thee questionables consist of S Oshiomogho Atogwe (knee), CB Phillip Buchanon (neck) and WR Donte' Stallworth (hamstring). Atogwe was the only one of the three listed as questionable to not participate in practice, as the other two participated fully.

As for the probables, WR Anthony Armstrong (hamstring), CB DeAngelo Hall (toe) and RB Tim Hightower (shoulder) all practiced and should be good to go.

The Panthers also have five players listed on their injury report, but none of them are listed as out. Two players, LB Omar Gaither (knee) and S Jordan Pugh (head) are listed as doubtful. Along with TE Jeremey Shockey who is listed on the report despite what is classified as not being injury related, TE Greg Olsen (toe) and LB Thomas Williams (head) are listed as probable.

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